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Get Out: LA Pride Parade, Hollywoodland Flea Market, No Cookie Left Behind, School of Rock

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LA Pride Fest Annual Parade
The 39th annual LA PRIDE Parade is expected to gather over 400,000 people this year and will feature over 125 parade entries including floats, bands, performances, marching community advocacy groups, smiling seniors, proud parents, out teachers and convertibles with honored guests. The parade will run west along Santa Monica Blvd. from Crescent Heights to Robertson Blvds in WeHo, starting at 11 a.m.

Hollywoodland Homeowners Association's Annual Flea Market & Art Fair
Shop the flea market and fair today and help raise funds to Restore and Maintain Hollywoodland's Historic-Cultural Monuments. You'll want to head to the parking lot at 2690 N. Beachwood Drive (across from the Village Coffee Shop) between now and 3 p.m. to comb over attic treasures, antique shop finds & fine arts and crafts. There will also be face painting, refreshments, fresh homemade baked goods and official Hollywoodland merchandise for sale at deeply discounted prices.

No Cookie Left Behind Bake Sale
It's time for the Third Annual No Cookie Left Behind Bake Sale, part of Share Our Strength’s Great American Bake Sale. Head to Scoops on Heliotrope in Melrose Hill from 2-6 p.m. today to buy some sweets and treats in support of Share Our Strength, an organization that combats childhood hunger in the US by. Since No Cookie Left Behind is about community, this is an opportunity to come together with your fellow Angelenos. You will find goodies from Lark Cake Shop, CakeMonkey, Spork Foods (vegan!), Large Marge Sustainables, Kiss My Bundt Bakery, Whisk LA, Taste on Melrose, Laurel Avenue Bakery, and other local bakers. And you're at Scoops!

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School of Rock's Tribute to the 90s
See the kids ages 7-17 who are attending the School of Rock (yes, the School of Rock!) perform the music of the 90s, featuring the best of what KROQ used to be (as in Nirvana, Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane's Addiction, Alice in Chians, the Beastie Boys, Stone Temple Pilots, Green Day and more). See the kids rock at the Geisha House in Hollywood; doors at 3:30, show at 4. Tickets are $12 advance, $15 at the door. Call 323-962-1570 for more info.